Introduction to Analytic Geometry

Geometry is one of the most ancient branches of mathematics, concerned with the properties of space and object – points, lines, angles, planes, surfaces and solids in space. Generalization of geometry known as “Analytic Geometry,” and it was invented and first used in 1637 by French mathematician and philosopher Rene Descarte (1596–1650 A.D). He applied algebra to trigonometry, not just in the use of algebra to manipulate the dimensions of geometric figures but also in the presentation of a point by a pair of numbers and the presentation of lines and curves by equations.